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How to Wear Fur in a Tropical Country Like Ours

Looking hot shouldn't be literal.
How to Wear Fur in a Tropical Country Like Ours
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Looking hot shouldn't be literal.

If you're in constant despair over the fact that our tropical weather just doesn't allow us to play around with Fall-Winter's most covetable trends, we're here to prove you wrong. Below, three ways to look hot (but keep cool!) in faux fur.


EASY: Clutch bag
Start your venture off with something simple but statement-making. Note: Treat your fur clutch like your favorite pet—be wary of spills, and don't carry it with dirty hands!

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H&M faux fur clutch, P1499, SM Mega Fashion Hall

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Dune London Epommy clutch, P3499, Greenbelt 5

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Anya Hindmarch Ghost pouch, $3088, net-a-porter.com

MODERATE: Earrings
Frame your face with fuzz. Turn heads anywhere you go, whether you pick dangling drops, pom pom studs, or a pretty fan-shaped pair.

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Mango drop earrings, P795, PowerPlant Mall

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Topshop fur stud earrings, P899, SM Aura

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Betsey Johnson fan fur earrings, P1962, macys.com


HARD: Slides
Gucci has made the furry Bigfoot mule a thing, and we couldn't be more thankful—they're the most on-trend way to go faux without sweating buckets.

 

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Zara fur-lined mules, P3495, Greenbelt 5

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Marc Jacobs Dot slides, $248, bloomingdales.com

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Avec Moderation Aspen Mongolia slides, $347, net-a-porter.com

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